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Bishop's transcripts at Wells, volume 2, by E. Dwelly. These cover Bishops Transcripts which are the only remaining source for those Parish Registers which have been lost or destroyed. Originally published 1914.
Rodney Stoke, or Stoke Gifford
Stoke St. Mary and St. Michael
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